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just arrived air force one and we told by the aides he is pleased with what first lady michelle obama did last night. they are very disappointed in the campaign and in the white house, that they have to move the venue from the outdoor stadium, holding 65,000 to about 20,000 at the time-warner center. a local meteorologist tweeted it could be clear on thursday, the republican national convention suggested maybe it was a lack of enthusiasm they could not fill the stadium. that's what really led the democrats, not the weather concerns, to move the venue. i spoke to the deputy campaign manager, and she said that is nonsense. >> 65,000 people that were scheduled to come tomorrow night probably disagree with that and are pretty disappointed they cannot come to see the president. we are disappointed, too. but the chance of severe weather, the chance of putting the people at risk was too high and we could not risk it. >>reporter: officials tell us they had a waiting list beyond the 65,000 people of up to 19,000 or 20,000 that wanted to get in the stadium. they say they would have filled it an
saw that through effective speeches by michelle obama, the first lady, and bill clinton giving a rousing delivery the night before. obama was tasked with presenting what the next four years of his -- the white house would look like. but he didn't offer us enough specifics, i would say. he talked a lot about offering more manufacturing jobs, which is important of course, and investing in education and energy and infrastructure. but we didn't really hear anything new. instead he kind of offered a vision for the country and outlined how his vision competed with romney. and that was to say we -- we know times are tough. we know americans are struggling but stick with us. we have a firm grasp on this and we can take this in the right direction. now whether that sticks is uncertain and we've seen several polls show that the majority of americans feel like the country is headed the wrong direction. i think the question going forward is does that message resonate with those people concerned about the direction of the country and do they have time to wait and hang on? >> the message las
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